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Oxford AQA GCSE History (9-1): Conflict and Tension: The Inter-War Years 1918-1939 Revision Guide
Aaron Wilkes, Ellen Longley
Education & Teaching
Oxford AQA GCSE History (9-1): Conflict and Tension: The Inter-War Years 1918-1939 Revision Guide
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This Conflict and Tension 1918-1939 Revision Guide is part of the popular Oxford AQA GCSE History series. Written by our original author team to match the new AQA specification, this guide covers exactly what your students require to succeed in the Paper 1 Conflict and Tension 1918-39 Wider World Depth Study exams. Recap key events with clear visual diagrams and brief points. Apply knowledge with targeted revision activities that tests basic comprehension, then apply understanding towards exam-style questions. Review and track revision with progress checklists, suggested activity answers and Exam Practice sections. Step-by-step exam guidance based on the popular 'How to' student book feature - Examiner Tip features most up-to-date expert advice and identifies common exam mistakes. Boost student confidence on all AQA GCSE Conflict and Tension question types with revision activities such as Source Analysis and How Far Do You Agree - Perfect for use alongside the Student Book or as a stand-alone.

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Title Page
Top revision tips
Master your exam skills
How to master source questions
How to master ‘how useful are the sources’questions
How to master ‘write an account’ questions
How to master ‘how far do you agree’ questions
AQA GCSE History mark schemes
Conflict and Tension, 1918–1939 Timeline
Part one:
1 The armistice
The end of the First World War
2 The Versailles Settlement
The terms of the treaty
3 Impact of the treaty and wider settlement
Did the Big Three achieve their aims?
How did the Allies react to the Treaty ofVersailles?
German objections to the Treaty of Versailles
How were Germany’s allies treated at the endof the war?
Assessing the Treaty of Versailles
The League of Nations and international peace
4 The League of Nations
The formation of the League of Nations
The work of the League’s agencies
The contribution of the League to peace inthe 1920s
5 Diplomacy outside the League
International agreements
6 The collapse of the League
The Manchurian crisis
The Abyssinian crisis
Did the Manchurian and Abyssinian crises lead to the collapse of the League?
The Depression and the rise of extremist parties
The origins and outbreak of the Second World War
7 The development of tension
Hitler’s aims
The road to war
8 Escalation of tension
Why did Hitler remilitarise the Rhineland?
The road to war: Anschluss, 1938
The Sudeten Crisis, 1938
The ending of appeasement
9 The outbreak of war
The Nazi-Soviet Pact
Who was responsible for the outbreak of the Second World War?
Part two:
Part three:
Exam practice: Source analysis questions
Exam practive: The ‘write an account’ question
Exam practice: The ‘how far do you agree’ question
Activity answers guidance
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